Thursday

Comics & Graphic Novels


[Eikon Basilike (1649)]

A Bibliography of my Collection:


1, 2 … = shelf numbers counting downwards
[b] = back row of a double row
i, ii = partition / section number (left to right)
• = on top of other books (left to right)
[…] = bound Xerox copy

Sections:
Cartoons & Graphic Novels (English)
Cartoons & Graphic Novels (Foreign Language)
Single Issues
Anthologies & Secondary Literature


[Alex Irvine: The Vertigo Encyclopedia (2008)]


[172 books]

Authors:
  1. Carl Barks (1901-2000)
  2. Raymond Briggs (1934- )
  3. Charles Burns (1955- )
  4. Orson Scott Card (1951- )
  5. Mike Carey (1959- )
  6. Bronwyn Carlton
  7. Michael Chabon (1963- )
  8. Stephen Collins
  9. G. Garfield Crimmins (d. 2007)
  10. Eleanor Davis (1983- )
  11. Kim Deitch (1944- )
  12. Walt Disney (1901-1966)
  13. Apostolos Doxiadis (1953- )
  14. Neil Gaiman (1960- )
  15. Edward Gorey (1925-2000)
  16. Ben Haggarty
  17. Jaime Hernandez (1959- )
  18. George Herriman (1880-1944)
  19. Joe Hill (1972- )
  20. Dylan Horrocks (1966- )
  21. Bruce Eric Kaplan
  22. Jack Kirby (1917–1994)
  23. Sarah Laing (1973- )
  24. Roger Langridge (1967- ) & Cornelius Stone
  25. Gary Larson (1950- )
  26. Dave McKean (1963- )
  27. Frank Miller (1957- )
  28. Alan Moore (1953- )
  29. Bruce Mutard
  30. Brant Parker (1920-2007) & Johnny Hart (1931-2007)
  31. Ande Parks (1964- )
  32. Harvey Pekar (1939- )
  33. Chris Reynolds (1960- )
  34. John Ney Rieber
  35. Joe Sacco (1960- )
  36. Ant Sang (1970- )
  37. Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000)
  38. Ronald Searle (1920- )
  39. Seth (1962- )
  40. Gilbert Shelton (1940- )
  41. Margaret Silverwood
  42. Jeff Smith (1960- )
  43. Art Spiegelman (1948- )
  44. Bryan Talbot (1952- )
  45. Norman Thelwell (1923-2004)
  46. Craig Thompson (1975- )
  47. Eve Titus (1908-2002)
  48. Chris Ware (1967- )
  49. Bill Willingham (1956- )



    Carl Barks (1901-2000)

  1. Barks, Carl. Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge McDuck: His Life & Times. Ed. Edward Summer. Recolored by Peter Ledger. Millbrae, California: Celestial Arts, 1981.

  2. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1942-1949): Donald Duck Four Color 9-223. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set One of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1984.

  3. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1949-1971): Donald Duck Four Color 238-422, 26-138. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Two of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1986.

  4. [Barks, Carl. “Forbidden Valley.” Donald Duck no. 54 (July-August 1957). The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1949-1971). Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Two of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1986. 2L: 581-606.]

  5. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge (1952-1958): Uncle Scrooge 1-20. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Three of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1984.

  6. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge (1958-1963): Uncle Scrooge 21-43. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Four of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1985.

  7. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge (1963-1967): Uncle Scrooge 44-71. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Five of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1989.

  8. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck Family (1945-1974): Giveaways, Annuals, Miscellaneous. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Six of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., n.d. [1983].

  9. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1943-1948): Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories 31-94. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Seven of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1988.

  10. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1948-1954): Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories 95-166. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Eight of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1983.

  11. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck (1954-1959): Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories 167-229. Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum and Thomas Andrae. Set Nine of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., 1985.

  12. Barks, Carl. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck: Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories 230-405 (1959-1969, 1974 & Miscellaneous). Ed. Bruce Hamilton, with Geoffrey Blum. Set Ten of Ten Boxed Sets. 3 vols. Scottsdale, Arizona: Another Rainbow Publishing Inc., n.d. [1983].

  13. [Barks, Carl. “Gyro Gearloose in The Wishing Well.” Walt Disney Comics (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., n.d)]

  14. [Barks, Carl. “Donald Duck in Mystery of the Swamp.” Walt Disney Comics (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., n.d. )]

  15. [Barks, Carl. “Donald Duck and the Gilded Man.” Walt Disney Comics, D52 (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., 1961)]

  16. [Barks, Carl. “Uncle Scrooge in The Seven Cities of Cibola.” Walt Disney Giant Comic Special, G530 (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., 1972)]

  17. [Barks, Carl. “Uncle Scrooge in Crown of the Maya.” Walt Disney Giant Comic Special, G623 (Sydney: Wogan, Pty. Ltd., 1975)]

  18. [Barks, Carl. “Donald Duck in Captain Blight’s Mystery Ship.” Walt Disney Comics, Vol. 32, no. 2 (Sydney: Wogan, Pty. Ltd., 1977)]

  19. [Barks, Carl. “Donald Duck in Watchful Parents.” Walt Disney Comics, Vol. 25, no. 2 (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., 1970)].

  20. Barks, Carl. “Uncle Scrooge in Land of the Pygmy Indians.” Walt Disney Giant Comic Special, G370 (Sydney: W. G. Publications, Pty. Ltd., 1966)


  21. Raymond Redvers Briggs (1934- )

  22. Briggs, Raymond. When the Wind Blows. 1982. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.


  23. Charles Burns (1955- )

  24. Burns, Charles. Black Hole. 1993-2004. Pantheon Books. New York: Random House, Inc., 2005.


  25. Orson Scott Card (1951- )

  26. Card, Orson Scott. Speaker for the Dead. Script by Aaron Johnston. Illustrated by Pop Mhan. 2010. New York: Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2011.

  27. Card, Orson Scott. Formic Wars: Silent Strikes. Script by Aaron Johnston. Illustrated by Giancarlo Caracuzzo. 2011-12. New York: Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2012.


  28. Mike Carey (1959- )

  29. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 1: Devil in the Gateway. The Sandman Presents – Lucifer 1-3: 1999 & Lucifer 1-4: 2000. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2001.

  30. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 2: Children and Monsters. Lucifer 5-13: 2000. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2001.

  31. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 3: A Dalliance with the Damned. Lucifer 14-20: 2001. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2002.

  32. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 4: The Divine Comedy. Lucifer 21-28: 2002. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2003.

  33. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 5: Inferno. Lucifer 29-35: 2003. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2004.

  34. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 6: Mansions of the Silence. Lucifer 36-41: 2003. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2004.

  35. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 7: Exodus. Lucifer 42-44, 46-49: 2004. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2005.

  36. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 8: The Wolf beneath the Tree. Lucifer 45, 50-54: 2004. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2005.

  37. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 9: Crux. Lucifer 55-61: 2005. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2006.

  38. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 10: Morningstar. Lucifer 62-69: 2006. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2006.

  39. Carey, Mike. Lucifer 11: Evensong. Lucifer – Nirvana: 2002 & Lucifer 70-75: 2006. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2007.


  40. Bronwyn Carlton

  41. Carlton, Bronwyn. The Books of Faerie. 1993-99. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1998.

  42. Carlton, Bronwyn. The Books of Faerie: Auberon’s Tale. 1997-99. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2007.


  43. Michael Chabon (1963- )

  44. Chabon, Michael. The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist. Vol. 1. Milwaukie, Oregon: Dark Horse Books, 2004.

  45. Chabon, Michael. The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist. Vol. 2. Milwaukie, Oregon: Dark Horse Books, 2004.


  46. Stephen Collins

  47. Collins, Stephen. The Gigantic Beard that was Evil. Jonathan Cape. London: Random House, 2013.


  48. G. Garfield Crimmins (d.2007)

  49. Crimmins, G. Garfield. The Republic of Dreams: A Reverie. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1998.


  50. Eleanor McCutcheon Davis (1983- )

  51. Davis, Eleanor. You & a Bike & a Road. Toronto: Koyama Press, 2017.


  52. Kim Deitch (1944- )

  53. Deitch, Kim. Alias The Cat: He dared to save the world / he died to save the world. “The Stuff of Dreams” 1 (2002); 2 (2004) & 3 (2005). London: Jonathan Cape, 2007.


  54. Walter Elias [Walt] Disney (1901-1966)

  55. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Donald Duck. Foreword by Carl Barks. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1978.

  56. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Mickey Mouse. Introduction by Floyd Gottfredson. New York: Abbeville Press Inc. Publishers, 1978.

  57. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Mickey Mouse. Introduction by Floyd Gottfredson. New York: Abbeville Press Inc. Publishers, 1978.

  58. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Goofy. Ed. with an Introduction by Horst Schroeder. Foreword by Steve Hulett. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1979.

  59. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Goofy. Ed. with an Introduction by Horst Schroeder. Foreword by Steve Hulett. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1979.

  60. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Uncle Scrooge. Foreword by Carl Barks. Introduction by Piero Zanotto. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1979.

  61. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Animated Features and Silly Symphonies. Introduction by Alan Dean Foster. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1980.

  62. Disney, Walt. Best Comics: Animated Features and Silly Symphonies. Introduction by Alan Dean Foster. New York: Abbeville Press Inc., Publishers, 1980.


  63. Apostolos Doxiadis (1953- )

  64. Doxiadis, Apostolos. Logicomix. Concept & Story by Apostolos Doxiadis & Christos H. Papadimitriou. Illustrated by Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2009.


  65. Neil Richard Gaiman (1960- )

  66. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library I: Preludes & Nocturnes. 1991. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1995.

  67. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library II: The Doll’s House. 1990. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1995.

  68. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library III: Dream Country. 1991. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1995.

  69. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library IV: Season of Mists. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1992.

  70. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library V: A Game of You. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1993.

  71. Gaiman, Neil. Death: The High Cost of Living. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1994.

  72. Gaiman, Neil. Death: The Time of Your Life. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1997.

  73. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library VI: Fables & Reflections. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1993.

  74. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library VII: Brief Lives. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1994.

  75. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library VIII: World’s End. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1994.

  76. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library IX: The Kindly Ones. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1996.

  77. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman Library X: The Wake. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1997.

  78. Gaiman, Neil & Yoshitaka Amano. The Sandman: The Dream Hunters. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1999.

  79. Gaiman, Neil. The Sandman: Endless Nights. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2003.

  80. Gaiman, Neil. The Books of Magic. 1990-91; 1993. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2001.

  81. Gaiman, Neil. Midnight Days. 1989-95. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1999.

  82. Gaiman, Neil, & Alice Cooper. The Last Temptation. Illustrated by Michael Zulli. 1994-95. Oregon: Dark Horse Comics, 2000.

  83. Gaiman, Neil. Marvel 1602. Illustrated by Andy Kubert. 2003-4. New York: Marvel Worldwide Inc., 2013.

  84. Gaiman, Neil. Mirrormask. Illustrated by Dave McKean. London: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2005.

  85. Gaiman, Neil. A Study in Emerald. Illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque. Milwaukie, Oregon: Dark Horse Books, 2018.

  86. Bender, Hy. The Sandman Companion. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1999.


  87. Edward St. John Gorey (1925-2000)

  88. Gorey, Edward. Amphigorey: Fifteen Books. 1953-1965. New York: Perigee, 1972.

  89. Gorey, Edward. Amphigorey Too. New York: Perigee, 1975.

  90. Gorey, Edward. Amphigorey Also. Orlando, FL: Harvest, 1983.

  91. Gorey, Edward. Amphigorey Again. Orlando, FL: Harvest, 2007.

  92. Gorey, Edward. Edward Gorey’s Dracula: A Toy Theatre. 1977. Second Edition. Rohnert Park, CA: Pomegrante Communcations, Inc, n.d.

  93. Wilkin, Karen, ed. Ascending Peculiarity: Edward Gorey on Edward Gorey, Selected Interviews. 2001. Orlando, FL: Harvest, 2002.


  94. Ben Haggarty

  95. Haggarty, Ben. Mezolith. Art by Adam Brockbank. 2008-2009. Oxford: David Fickling Books, 2010.


  96. Jaime [Xaime] Hernandez (1959- )

  97. Hernandez, Jaime. Locas: The Maggie and Hopey Stories. A Love and Rockets Book. Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, 2004.


  98. George Joseph Herriman (1880-1944)

  99. Herriman, George. Krazy & Ignatz: The Komplete Kat Komics. Volume 1: 1916. Forestville, California: Eclipse Books / Turtle Island Foundation, 1988.

  100. Herriman, George. A Katnip Kantata in the Key of K: The Komplete Kat Komics. Volume 7: 1922. Forestville, California: Eclipse Books / Turtle Island Foundation, 1991.

  101. Herriman, George. Inna Yott on the Muddy Geranium: The Komplete Kat Komics. Volume 8: 1923. Forestville, California: Eclipse Books / Turtle Island Foundation, 1991.


  102. Joseph Hillstrom King ['Joe Hill'] (1972- )

  103. Hill, Joe. Locke & Key Slipcase Set. Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. 6 vols. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing, 2014:
    • Welcome to Lovecraft (2008)
    • Head Games (2009)
    • Crown of Shadows (2009-10)
    • Keys to the Kingdom (2010-11)
    • Clockworks (2011-12)
    • Alpha & Omega (2012-13)

  104. Hill, Joe. Locke & Key: Small World. Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing, 2017.

  105. Hill, Joe. Locke & Key: Heaven and Earth. Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing, 2017.

  106. Hill, Joe. The Graphic Novel Collection: Kodiak; The Cape; The Cape 1969; Thumbprint; Wraith. 2010, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014. Illustrated by Nat Jones, Zach Howard, Vic Malhotra & Charles Paul Wilson III. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing, 2017.


  107. Dylan Horrocks (1966- )

  108. Horrocks, Dylan. Hicksville: A Comic Book. 1998. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly, 2001.

  109. Horrocks, Dylan. Hicksville: A Comic Book. 1998. New Edition. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2010.

  110. [Horrocks, Dylan. Introduction to the New Edition. Hicksville: A Comic Book. 1998. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly Publications, 2010. i-xiii.]

  111. Horrocks, Dylan, & Richard Case. The Names of Magic. 2001. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2002.

  112. Horrocks, Dylan. Incomplete Works. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2014.

  113. Horrocks, Dylan. Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen. Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2014.


  114. Bruce Eric Kaplan

  115. Kaplan, Bruce Eric. Edmund and Rosemary Go to Hell. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007.


  116. Jacob Kurtzberg ['Jack Kirby'] (1917–1994)

  117. Kirby, Jack. New Gods. Issues, 1-11: 1971-72. New York: DC Comics, 1998.


  118. Sarah Laing (1973- )

  119. Laing, Sarah. Let Me Be Frank: Diary-style Comics. Issue 1: Parenting. NZ: Pikitia Press, 2013.

  120. Laing, Sarah. Let Me Be Frank: Diary-style Comics. Issue 2: Consuming. NZ: Pikitia Press, 2013.

  121. Laing, Sarah. Let Me Be Frank: Diary-style Comics. Issue 3: Writing. NZ: Pikitia Press, 2013.

  122. Laing, Sarah. Let Me Be Frank: Diary-style Comics. Issue 4: Celebrity. NZ: Pikitia Press, 2013.


  123. Roger Langridge (1967- ) &
    Cornelius Stone

  124. Langridge, Roger, & Cornelius Stone. Knuckles the Malevolent Nun. Vol. 1: No More Mrs. Nice Nun. Auckland: Antipodes Publishing, 2003.


  125. Gary Larson (1950- )

  126. Larson, Gary. The Prehistory of the Far Side. 1990. London: Futura, 1991.


  127. David [Dave] McKean (1963- )

  128. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number One of Ten (December 1990). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1990.

  129. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Two of Ten (May 1991). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1991.

  130. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Three of Ten (August 1991). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1991.

  131. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Four of Ten (October 1991). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1991.

  132. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Five of Ten (May 1992). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1992.

  133. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Six of Ten (October 1992). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1992.

  134. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Seven of Ten (June 1993). Northampton, Massachusetts: Tundra Publishing Ltd., 1993.

  135. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Eight of Ten (August 1993). Northampton, Massachusetts: Kitchen Sink Press, Inc., 1993.

  136. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Nine of Ten (April 1996). Northampton, Massachusetts: Kitchen Sink Press, Inc., 1996.

  137. McKean, Dave. Cages: Number Ten of Ten (May 1996). Northampton, Massachusetts: Kitchen Sink Press, Inc., 1996.


  138. Frank Miller (1957- )

  139. Miller, Frank. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Introduction by Alan Moore. New York: DC Comics, 1986.

  140. Miller, Frank. Elektra: Assassin. 1986-87. New York: Epic Comics, 1987.

  141. Miller, Frank. Sin City. 1992. London: Titan Books, 1993.


  142. Alan Moore (1953- )

  143. Moore, Alan. V for Vendetta. Illustrated by David Lloyd. 1982-83, 1988. New York: DC Comics, 1990.

  144. Moore, Alan. Miracleman, Book 1: A Dream of Flying. 1982-84. Illustrated by Garry Leach & Alan Davis. New York, Marvel, 2014.

  145. Moore, Alan. Miracleman, Book 2: The Red King Syndrome. 1985-89. Illustrated by Alan Davis & Chuck Beckham. New York, Marvel, 2014.

  146. Moore, Alan. Miracleman, Book 3: Olympus. Illustrated by John Totleben. 1985-89. New York, Marvel, 2015.

  147. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 1: Saga of the Swamp Thing. Illustrated by Stephen R. Bissette, John Totleben & Rick Veitch. 1983-84. New York: Vertigo, 1987.

  148. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 2: Love and Death. Illustrated by Stephen R. Bissette, John Totleben & Shawn McManus. 1971, 1984-85. New York: Vertigo, 1990.

  149. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 3: The Curse. Illustrated by Stephen R. Bissette & John Totleben. 1985. New York: Vertigo, 2000.

  150. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 4: A Murder of Crows. Illustrated by Stephen R. Bissette, John Totleben, Stan Woch, Rick Veitch, Ron Randall & Alfredo Alcalá. 1985-86. New York: Vertigo, 2001.

  151. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 5: Earth to Earth. Illustrated by Rick Veitch, John Totleben & Alfredo Alcalá. 1986-87. New York: Vertigo, 2002.

  152. Moore, Alan. Swamp Thing 6: Reunion. Illustrated by Tom Yeates, Rick Veitch, Stephen R. Bissette, Alfredo Alcalá & John Totleben. 1987. New York: Vertigo, 2003.

  153. Moore, Alan. Watchmen. Illustrated by Dave Gibbons. New York: DC Comics, 1987.

  154. Moore, Alan. Lost Girls. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie. 3 vols. Marietta, Georgia: Top Shelf Productions, 2006.

  155. Moore, Alan. Voice of the Fire: A Novel. 1996. Illustrated by José Villarubia. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Atlanta & Portland: Top Shelf Productions, Inc., 2003.

  156. Moore, Alan. From Hell: Being a Melodrama in Sixteen Parts. Illustrated by Eddie Campbell. 1999. Sydney: Bantam Books, 2001.

  157. Moore, Alan. A Disease of Language. Illustrated by Eddie Campbell. 1999 & 2001. London: Knockabout – Palmano Bennett, 2005.

  158. Moore, Alan. America’s Best Comics. No. 1. (2000)

  159. Moore, Alan. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill. Vol. 1. La Jolla, CA: America’s Best Comics, 2000.

  160. Moore, Alan. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Illustrated by Kevin O'Neill. Vol. 2. La Jolla, CA: America’s Best Comics, 2003.

  161. Moore, Alan. Promethea. Illustrated by J. H. Williams III & Mick Gray. Collected Edition Book 1. 1999-2000. La Jolla, CA: America’s Best Comics, 2000.

  162. Moore, Alan. DC Universe : The Stories of Alan Moore. New York : DC Comics, 2006.

  163. Moore, Alan. Neonomicon Collected. Illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Rantoul, Illinois: Avatar Press, 2011.

  164. Moore, Alan. Providence: Act 1. Illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Issues #1-#4. Rantoul, Illinois: Avatar Press, 2017.

  165. Moore, Alan. Providence: Act 2. Illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Issues #5-#8. Rantoul, Illinois: Avatar Press, 2017.

  166. Moore, Alan. Providence: Act 3. Illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Issues #9-#12. Rantoul, Illinois: Avatar Press, 2017.


  167. Bruce Mutard

  168. Mutard, Bruce. The Silence. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2009.


  169. Brant Parker (1920-2007) &
    Johnny Hart (1931-2007)

  170. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. The King is a Fink. The Wizard of Id, 1. 1969. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1973.

  171. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. The Wondrous Wizard of Id. The Wizard of Id, 2. 1970. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1973.

  172. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. The Peasants are Revolting! The Wizard of Id, 3. 1971. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1972.

  173. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. Remember the Golden Rule. The Wizard of Id, 4. 1971. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1976.

  174. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. There’s a Fly in My Swill! The Wizard of Id, 5. 1973. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1976.

  175. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. Long Live the King! The Wizard of Id, 7. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1975.

  176. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. The Wizard of Id – Yield. The Wizard of Id, 8. 1975. Coronet Books. London: Hodder Fawcett Ltd., 1976.

  177. Parker, Brant & Johnny Hart. The Lone Haranguer Rides Again. The Wizard of Id, 18. 1982. Coronet Books. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1984.


  178. Ande Parks (1964- )

  179. Parks, Ande. Capote in Kansas: A Drawn Novel. Illustrated by Chris Samnee. Portland, OR: Oni Press, Inc., 2005.


  180. Harvey Lawrence Pekar (1939- )

  181. Pekar, Harvey. From off the Streets of Cleveland Comes … American Splendour: The Life and Times of Harvey Pekar & From off the Streets of Cleveland Comes … More American Splendour: The Life and Times of Harvey Pekar. 1986 & 1987. Introduction by R. Crumb. New York: Ballantine Books, 2003.

  182. Pekar, Harvey. The New American Splendour Anthology. New York / London: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1991.

  183. Pekar, Harvey, & Joyce Brabner. Our Cancer Year. Art by Frank Stack. New York / London: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1994.


  184. Chris Reynolds (1960- )

  185. Reynolds, Chris. Mauretania. London: Penguin Books, 1990.


  186. John Ney Rieber

  187. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 1: Bindings. 1994. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1995.

  188. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 2: Summonings. 1994-95. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1996.

  189. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 3: Reckonings. 1995-96. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1997.

  190. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 4: Transformations. 1996. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1998.

  191. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 5: Girl in the Box. 1996-97. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 1999.

  192. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 6: The Burning Girl. 1997. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2000.

  193. Rieber, John Ney. The Books of Magic, 7: Death after Death. 1997-98. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2001.


  194. Joe Sacco (1960- )

  195. Sacco, Joe. Safe Area Goražde: The War in Eastern Bosnia 1992–1995. 2000. Seattle: Fantagraphics Books, 2005.

  196. Sacco, Joe. Palestine. 2001. London: Jonathan Cape, 2003.

  197. Sacco, Joe. The Fixer: A Story from Sarajevo. 2003. London: Jonathan Cape, 2004.

  198. Sacco, Joe. Notes from a Defeatist. London: Jonathan Cape, 2003.


  199. Ant Sang (1970- )

  200. Sang, Ant. The Dharma Punks. Auckland, New Zealand: Earth's End, 2014.


  201. Charles Monroe Schulz (1922-2000)

  202. Schulz, Charles M. Peanuts. 1952. New York: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1968.

  203. Schulz, Charles M. More Peanuts. 1954. New York: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1968.

  204. Schulz, Charles M. You’re Out of Your Mind, Charlie Brown! A New Peanuts Book. 1959. New York: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1968.

  205. Schulz, Charles M. Peanuts Every Sunday. 1961. New York: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1969.


  206. Ronald William Fordham Searle (1920- )

  207. Searle, Ronald. The St. Trinian’s Story: The Whole Ghastly Dossier. Ed. Kaye Webb. 1959. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1966.

  208. Searle, Ronald. Searle in the Sixties. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1964.


  209. Gregory Gallant ['Seth'] (1962- )

  210. Seth. It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken. 1996. Jonathan Cape. London: Random House Group Limited, 2007.


  211. Gilbert Shelton (1940- )

  212. [Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Miller’s Tale. Illustrated by Gilbert Shelton. San Francisco: Bellerophon Books, 1973].


  213. Margaret Silverwood

  214. Silverwood, Margaret. Paradise Lost: The Minicomic. Wellington, 2004.


  215. Jeff Smith (1960- )

  216. Smith, Jeff. Bone. 1991-2004. Columbus, Ohio: Cartoon Books, 2004.


  217. Art Spiegelman (1948- )

  218. Spiegelman, Art. Maus: A Survivor’s Tale, I – My Father Bleeds History. 1986. London: Penguin, 1987.

  219. Spiegelman, Art. Maus: A Survivor’s Tale, II – And Here My Troubles Began. New York: Pantheon Books, 1991.

  220. Spiegelman, Art. In the Shadow of No Towers. London: Penguin Viking, 2004.

  221. Spiegelman, Art. Be A Nose! Three Sketchbooks: [BE] October/December 1979 / [A] March-May 2007 / [NOSE] March-September 1985. 3 vols + liner notes. San Francisco: McSweeney’s, 2009.

  222. Spiegelman, Art, & Françoise Mouly, ed. Raw. Vol. 2, no. 2. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1990.


  223. Bryan Talbot (1952- )

  224. Talbot, Bryan. Alice in Sunderland: An Entertainment. Jonathan Cape. London: Random House Group Limited, 2007.

  225. Talbot, Bryan. The Tale of One Bad Rat. 1995. Jonathan Cape. London: Random House Group Limited, 2008.


  226. Norman Thelwell (1923-2004)

  227. Thelwell, Norman. This Desirable Plot: A Dream-House Hunter’s Nightmare. 1970. Eyre Methuen. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1974.


  228. Craig Thompson (1975- )

  229. Thompson, Craig. Habibi. Pantheon Books. New York: Random House, Inc., 2011.


  230. Eve Titus (1908-2002)

  231. Titus, Eve. Anatole. Pictures by Paul Galdone. 1957. London: the Bodley Head, 1966.


  232. Franklin Christenson [Chris] Ware (1967- )

  233. Ware, Chris. Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid in the World. 2000. London: Jonathan Cape, 2002.

  234. Ware, Chris. Quimby the Mouse: Collected Works, 1990-1997. London: Jonathan Cape, 2003.


  235. Bill Willingham (1956- )

  236. Willingham, Bill. Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2006.

  237. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 1: Legends in Exile. 2002. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2002.

  238. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 2: Animal Farm. 2002-3. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2003.

  239. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 3: Storybook Love. 2003. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2004.

  240. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 4: March of the Wooden Soldiers. 2003-4. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2004.

  241. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 5: The Mean Seasons. 2004-5. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2005.

  242. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 6: Homelands. 2005. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2005.

  243. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 7: Arabian Nights (and Days). 2005-6. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2006.

  244. Willingham, Bill. Fables, 8: Wolves. 2006. New York: Vertigo/DC Comics, 2006.


[Jean Dufaux & Ana Miralles: Djinn (2003)]

Cartoons
& Graphic Novels

(Foreign Language)

[28 books]

Authors:
  1. David B. (1959- )
  2. Wilhelm Busch (1832-1908)
  3. Jean Dufaux (1949- ) & Ana Mirallès (1959- )
  4. Pericle Luigi Giovannetti
  5. René Goscinny (1926-1977) & Albert Uderzo (1927- )
  6. Hergé (1907-1983)
  7. Marjane Satrapi (1969- )
  8. Masamune Shirow (1961- )
  9. Sergio Toppi (1932-2012)



    Pierre-François Beauchard ["David B."] (1959- )

  1. B., David. Epileptic. 1996-2003. Trans. Kim Thompson. 2002 & 2005. London: Jonathan Cape, 2005.


  2. Wilhelm Busch (1832-1908)

  3. Busch, Wilhelm. Humoristischer Hausschatz: Mit 1500 Bildern. Berlin & Darmstadt: Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, 1959.

  4. Busch, Wilhelm. Neues Wilhelm Busch Album: Sammlung lustiger Bildergeschichten mit 1500 Bildern Heiteres und Ernstes aus seiner Lebenswerkstatt. 1912. Berlin, Darmstadt & Wien: Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, 1960.

  5. Busch, Wilhelm. Max and Maurice: A Moral Tale in Seven Parts. 1865. Trans. Anthea Bell. London: Abelard-Schumann, 1975.


  6. Jean Dufaux (1949- ) &
    Ana Mirallès (1959- )

  7. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn: Ce qui est caché. Benelux: Dargaud, 2004.

  8. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn 1: La Favourite. Benelux: Dargaud, 2001.

  9. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn 2: Les 30 Clochettes. Benelux: Dargaud, 2002.

  10. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn 3: Le Tatouage. Benelux: Dargaud, 2003.

  11. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn 4: Le Trésor. Benelux: Dargaud, 2004.

  12. Dufaux, Jean, & Ana Mirallès. Djinn 5: Africa. Benelux: Dargaud, 2005.


  13. Pericle Luigi Giovannetti

  14. [Giovanetti. Max].


  15. René Goscinny (1926-1977) &
    Albert Uderzo (1927- )

  16. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix le Gaulois. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1961. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1974.

  17. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. La Serpe d'or. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1962. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1971.

  18. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix et les Goths. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1963. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1971.

  19. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. La Tour de Gaule d'Astérix. Texte de Goscinny. 1965. Dessins de Uderzo. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1971.

  20. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix et Cléopatre. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1965. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1980.

  21. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix et les Normands. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1966.

  22. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Le Bouclier Arverne. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1968. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1971.

  23. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. La Zizanie. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1970. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1980.

  24. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix chez les Helvètes. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1970.

  25. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Le Devin. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1972. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1980.

  26. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. Astérix en Corse. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. 1973. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1974.

  27. Goscinny, René, & Albert Uderzo. La Grande Traversée. Texte de Goscinny. Dessins de Uderzo. Une aventure d’Astérix. Paris: Dargaud Éditeur, 1975.


  28. Georges Prosper Remi [Hergé] (1907-1983)

  29. Hergé. Les Aventures de Tintin, Reporter du petit “Vingtième,” au Pays des Soviets. 1929-30. Paris: Casterman, 1981.

  30. Hergé. Tintin au Congo. 1930-31. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1946. Paris: Casterman, 1970.

  31. Hergé. Tintin en Amérique. 1931-32. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1947. Paris: Casterman, 1966.

  32. Hergé. Tintin in America. 1931-32. The Adventures of Tintin. 1947. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1978.

  33. Hergé. Cigars of the Pharaoh. 1932-34. The Adventures of Tintin. 1955. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1971.

  34. Hergé. Le Lotus bleu. 1934-35. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1946. Paris: Casterman, 1966.

  35. Hergé. The Blue Lotus. 1934-35. The Adventures of Tintin. 1946, 1974. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. 1983. A Magnet Book. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1984.

  36. Hergé. L’Oreille Cassée. 1935-37. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1945, 1984. Paris: Casterman, 1986.

  37. Hergé. The Black Island. 1937-38. The Adventures of Tintin. 1965. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1966.

  38. Hergé. King Ottokar's Sceptre. 1938-39. The Adventures of Tintin. 1947. [Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner.] London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1958.

  39. Hergé. The Crab with the Golden Claws. 1940-41. The Adventures of Tintin. 1943. [Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner.] London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1958.

  40. Hergé. The Shooting Star. 1941-42. The Adventures of Tintin. 1942. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1961.

  41. Hergé. The Secret of the Unicorn. 1942-43. The Adventures of Tintin. 1943. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1959.

  42. Hergé. Red Rackham's Treasure. 1943. The Adventures of Tintin. 1944. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1959.

  43. Hergé. Les Sept Boules de Cristal. 1943-46. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1948. Paris: Casterman, 1987.

  44. Hergé. The Seven Crystal Balls. 1943-46. The Adventures of Tintin. 1948. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. 1962. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1962.

  45. Hergé. Le Temple du Soleil. 1946-48. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1949. Paris: Casterman, 1986.

  46. Hergé. Prisoners of the Sun. 1946-48. The Adventures of Tintin. 1949. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1962.

  47. Hergé. Tintin au pays de l'or noir. 1948-50. Les Aventures de Tintin. Paris: Casterman, 1950.

  48. Hergé. Land of Black Gold. 1948-50. The Adventures of Tintin. 1950, 1963. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen Children's Books, 1972.

  49. Hergé. Destination Moon. 1950-52. The Adventures of Tintin. 1953. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1959.

  50. Hergé. Explorers on the Moon. 1952-53. The Adventures of Tintin. 1954. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1959.

  51. Hergé. The Calculus Affair. 1954-56. The Adventures of Tintin. 1956. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1960.

  52. Hergé. The Red Sea Sharks. 1956-58. The Adventures of Tintin. 1958. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1960.

  53. Hergé. Tintin in Tibet. 1958-59. The Adventures of Tintin. 1960. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. 1962. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1972.

  54. Hergé. The Castafiore Emerald. 1961-62. The Adventures of Tintin. 1963. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1963.

  55. Hergé. Flight 714. 1966-67. The Adventures of Tintin. 1968. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1968.

  56. Hergé. Tintin et les Picaros. 1975-76. Les Aventures de Tintin. 1976. Paris: Casterman, 1986.

  57. Hergé. Tintin and the Picaros. 1975-76. The Adventures of Tintin. 1976. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. 1976. London: Egmont Books Limited, 2002.

  58. Barret, André, & Rémo Forlani. Tintin and the Golden Fleece: Based on Herge's Characters. 1962. Adapted by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1965.

  59. Barret, André. Tintin and the Blue Oranges: Based on Herge's Characters. 1965. Adapted by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1967.

  60. Leblanc, Raymond, & Greg. Tintin and the Lake of Sharks: Based on the Characters Created by Herge. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner. 1973. Methuen Children’s Books, 1975.

  61. Hergé. The Adventures of Tintin. 8 vols. Trans. Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper & Michael Turner. London: Egmont UK Limited, 2007 / 2015:
    • Volume 4: The Crab with the Golden Claws (1958) / The Shooting Star (1961) / The Secret of the Unicorn (1959)
    • Volume 5: Red Rackham's Treasure (1959) / The Seven Crystal Balls (1962) / Prisoners of the Sun (1962)
    • Volume 6: Land of Black Gold (1972) / Destination Moon (1959) / Explorers on the Moon (1959)
    • Volume 8: Filght 714 to Sydney (1968) / Tintin and the Picaros (1976) / Tintin and Alph-Art (2004)

  62. Harvey, Guy, & Simon Beecroft. Tintin & Snowy: Album 1. 2005. London: Egmont Books Limited, 2005.

  63. Peeters, Benôit. Tintin and the World of Hergé. 1988. Trans. Michael Farr. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1989.


  64. Marjane Satrapi (1969- )

  65. Satrapi, Marjane. Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood and The Story of a Return. 2000-2003. Trans. Anjali Singh. 2004. London: Vintage Books, 2008.

  66. Satrapi, Marjane. Chicken with Plums. 2004. Trans. Anjali Singh. Jonathan Cape. London: Random House, 2006.


  67. Masanori Ota ['Masamune Shirow' / 士郎 正宗] (1961- )

  68. Shirow, Masamune. Ghost in the Shell 1. 1991. Trans. 1995. Deluxe Edition. Tokyo: Kodansha Comics, 2017.

  69. Shirow, Masamune. Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human-Error Processor. 2003. Trans. 2007. Deluxe Edition. Tokyo: Kodansha Comics., 2017.

  70. Shirow, Masamune. Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface. 2001. Trans. 2005. Deluxe Edition. Tokyo: Kodansha Comics, 2017.


  71. Sergio Toppi (1932-2012)

  72. Toppi, Sergio. Sharaz-de: Tales from the Arabian Nights. 2005. Trans. Edward Gauvin. Foreword by Walter Simonson. Archaia. Los Angeles: BOOM! Entertainment, 2013.


  1. All Star Adventure Comic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 71: Featuring Superman and Green Lantern.
    • 75: “The Day the Earth Split in Two.”
    • 83: “The A.V.M Menace.”
    • 90: “The Gun that Mastered Men.”

  2. All Favourites Comic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 92: “Warrior in a Wheel Chair.”
    • 94: “The Most Dangerous Dreams of All.”
    • 95: Featuring the Justice League of America, “Plague of the Pale People.”

  3. The Avengers. New York: Marvel Comics:
    • 37: “To Conquer a Colossus!”(February 1966).
    • 102: “My Brother: The Grim Reaper!”(August 1972).
    • 115: “They Lurk Below!”(September 1973).
    • 117: “Holocaust.”(November 1973).

  4. Classics Illustrated (Featuring Stories by the World’s Greatest Authors). New York: Gilberton Company, Inc. / London: Strato Publications / Thorpe & Porter:
    • No. 1: Alexandre Dumas: The Three Musketeers (1967)
    • No. 2: Sir Walter Scott: Ivanhoe. 1946 (1971)
    • No. 18: Victor Hugo: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1966)
    • No. 29: Samuel L. Clemens: The Prince and the Pauper (1964)
    • No. 46: Robert Louis Stevenson: Kidnapped. 1948 (1959)
    • No. 47: Jules Verne: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Illustrated by Henry C. Kiefer (1966)
    • No. 63: Jules Verne: Off on a Comet
    • No. 78: Joan of Arc (1950)
    • No. 81: The Adventures of Marco Polo (1946)
    • No. 105: Jules Verne: From the Earth to the Moon (1953)
    • No. 142: Abraham Lincoln. 1946 (1967)
    • No. 144: H. G. Wells: The First Men in the Moon. 1946 (1965)
    • Classics Illustrated Junior, No. 525: Hans Christian Andersen: The Little Mermaid (1967)

  5. Conan the Barbarian starring in Savage Tales. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 2: “Rogues in the House.” By Roy Thomas & Barry Smith
    • 3: “A Sword Called Stormbringer!” By Roy Thomas & Barry Smith
    • 9 (1985)

  6. Climax Adventure Comic, 11: Featuring Conan the Barbarian, “In the Coils of the Man-Serpent.” By Roy Thomas & Barry Smith. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  7. Conan the Barbarian. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 3: “The Garden of Fear.” By Roy Thomas & Barry Smith
    • 7: “The Monster of the Monoliths.” By Roy Thomas & Barry Smith (1970)
    • 254: “Hyperborean Horror.” By Roy Thomas & Mike Docherty (1992)
    • 255: “Priests of the Purple Plague.” By Roy Thomas & Mike Docherty (1992)
    • 260: “The Second Coming of Shuma-Gorath.” By Roy Thomas & Mike Docherty (September 1992)

  8. Conan the King, 35: “The Ravaged Land.” By Don Kraar & Judith Hunt. New York: Marvel Comics, July 1986.

  9. Creepy. Ed. James Warren. New York: Warren Publishing.
    • 37 (January, 1971)
    • 40 (July, 1971)

  10. DC Comics. New York: National Periodical Publications:
    • The Demon, 9: “Chapter One!” By Jack Kirby & Mike Royer (June 1973)
    • Mister Miracle, 13: “The Dictator's Dungeon!” (April 1973)
    • Our Army at War, featuring Sgt. Rock: “Home is the Hero” (November 1974)

  11. Walt Disney: Miscellaneous. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G240 Walt Disney's Donald and Uncle Scrooge (1962)
    • G255 Walt Disney's Down on the Farm (1962)
    • G419 Walt Disney's Duckburg Capers (1967)
    • G373 Walt Disney's Duckburg Vacation (196-)
    • G148 Walt Disney's Grandman Duck's Farm Friends (1959)
    • J51 Walt Disney's Donald Duck Good Companions (1968)
    • G264 Walt Disney's Funland of Comics (1962)
    • G699 Walt Disney Showcase: Mickey and the Sleuth (1978)
    • G664 Walt Disney: Moby Duck (1976)
    • G574 Walt Disney: The Three Little Pigs and Li'l Bad Wolf (1974)
    • J19 Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge PIcnic Party (1960)
    • G537 Walt Disney: Mickey and Donald in Vacationland (1972)
    • G519 Walt Disney's Vacation Fun (1972)
    • G267 Walt Disney's Vacation Parade (1962)
    • 66: Walt Disney: Super Goof (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1980)

  12. Walt Disney: The Beagle Boys. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G390 (1966)
    • G624 (1975)
    • G671 (1977)
    • G675 (1977)
    • 6 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1979)
    • 8 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1979)
    • 46 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1978)

  13. Walt Disney: Christmas Parade. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • C.P.8 (1960)
    • C.P.9 (1961)
    • C.P.14 (1968)

  14. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • 184 (1962)
    • 235 (1966)
    • 247 (1967)
    • 254 (1967)
    • 255 (1967) x 2
    • 264 (1968)
    • 265 (1968) x 2
    • 273 (1969)
    • 300 (1971)
    • 312 (1972)
    • 317 (1973)
    • 368 (1977)
    • 376 (1978)
    • 380 (1978)

  15. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories. New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc.:
    • 458: 1962 (1978)
    • 465: 1961 (1979)
    • 483: 1955, 1957 (1980)
    • 492: 1949, 1959 (1981)
    • 493: 1948, 1963 (1981)
    • 499: 1956, 1957 (1982)

  16. Walt Disney: Daisy and Donald. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G561 (1973)
    • G602 (1975)
    • G680 (1977)
    • 32 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., August 1978)
    • 41 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., November 1979)


  17. Walt Disney’s Disney Time Annual 1981. London: IPC Magazines Ltd., 1981.

  18. Walt Disney: Donald Duck. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • D31 (1959)
    • D38 (1960)
    • D39 (1960)
    • D41 (1960)
    • D49 (1960)
    • D51 (1961)
    • D53 (1961)
    • D55 (1961)
    • D57 (1961)
    • D64 (1962)
    • D68 (1962)
    • D71 (1962)
    • D73 (1959)
    • D91 (1964)
    • D92 (1964)
    • D99 (1965)
    • D106 (1965)
    • D109 (1965)
    • D119 (1966)
    • D120 (1966)
    • D135 (196-)
    • D146 (1969)
    • D151 (1969)
    • D160 (1970)
    • D162 (1970)
    • D164 (1970)
    • D165 (1970)
    • D166 (1970)
    • D169 (1970)
    • D171 (1971)
    • D175 (1971)
    • D181 (1971)
    • D182 (1972)
    • D195 (1973) x 2
    • D196 (1973)
    • D197 (1973) x 2
    • D204 (1973)
    • D211 (1974)
    • D217 (1974)
    • D220 (1975)
    • D233 (1976)
    • D238 (1976)
    • D239 (1976)
    • D242 (1977)
    • D247 (1977)
    • D256 (1978)


  19. Walt Disney: Donald Duck. New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc.:
    • 110 (1966)
    • 212: 1951, 1960 (1979)
    • 214: 1966 (1979)
    • 215: 1965 (1980)
    • 218: 1955, 1956 (1980)
    • 219: 1949, 1965 (1979)
    • 223 (1980)
    • 233: 1967 (1980)
    • 238: 1969 (1979)
    • 215: 1951, 1960 (1979)

  20. Walt Disney’s Donald Duck, 262: “Donald’s Cousin Gus." 1938. Prescott, Arizona: Gladstone Publishing, Ltd, March 1988.

  21. Walt Disney’s Donald Duck Adventures. Prescott, Arizona: Gladstone Publishing, Ltd.:
    • 3: “Lost in the Andes.” 1949 (February 1988) x 2
    • 14: “Donald Duck and the Mummy’s Ring.” 1943 (August 1989)

  22. Walt Disney: Donald Duck Album. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G185 (1960)
    • G196 (1960)
    • G227 (1961)
    • G234 (1961)
    • G548 (1973) x 2
    • G576 (1974)

  23. Walt Disney: Donald Duck's Beach Party. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G631 (1975)
    • G662 (1976)

  24. Walt Disney: Donald Duck Classic. G416: "Letter to Santa." Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd., 1967.

  25. Walt Disney’s Donald Duck Fun Library. Maidenhead, Berks: Purnell Books, n.d.

  26. Walt Disney: Donald Duck Special. J52: "Sheriff of Bullet Valley." Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd., 1968.

  27. Walt Disney’s Donald and Mickey. London: IPC Magazines Ltd., August, 1973.

  28. Walt Disney’s Donald and Mickey Annual 1976. London: IPC Magazines Ltd., 1976.

  29. Walt Disney: Duck Album. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G366 (1965) x 2
    • G411 (1967)
    • G517 (1972)
    • G557 (1973)
    • G575 (1974) x 2

  30. Walt Disney: Fethry Duck. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G396 (1967)
    • G475 (1970)

  31. Walt Disney: Huey, Dewey and Louie. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G424 (1968)
    • G522 (1972)
    • G541 (1972)
    • G555 (1973)
    • G568 (1973)
    • G578 (1974)
    • G589 (1974)
    • G650 (1976)
    • G666 (1977)
    • G674 (1977) x 2
    • 51 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., August 1978)
    • 57 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., July 1979)
    • 68 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1981) x 2
    • 69 (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1981)

  32. Walt Disney: Micky Mouse. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • M108 (1965)
    • M190 (1972)
    • M205 (1973)
    • M206 (1973)
    • M219 (1975)
    • M240 (1976)

  33. Walt Disney Productions. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • Walt Disney’s Pinocchio (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1945)
    • Walt Disney’s Cinderella (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1950)
    • F.P. 67: Walt Disney’s Cinderella (1967)
    • F.P. 87: Island at the Top of the World (1976)
    • Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc., 1944)
    • F.P. 88: Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1976)

  34. Walt Disney: Uncle Scrooge. Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd. / Wogan Pty. Ltd.:
    • G119 (1958)
    • G358 (1965)
    • G369 (1966)
    • G370 (1966)
    • G380 (1966)
    • G385 (1966)
    • G407 (1967)
    • G408 (1967)
    • G410 (1967)
    • G417 (1967)
    • G432 (1968)
    • G433 (1968)
    • G454 (1969)
    • G457 (1969)
    • G474 (1970) x 2
    • G487 (1970)
    • G551 (1973)
    • G657 (1975)
    • G692 (1978)

  35. Walt Disney: Uncle Scrooge. New York: Western Publishing Company, Inc.:
    • 58 (1965)
    • 159: 1961, 1963 (1978)
    • 161: 1956, 1969 (1979)
    • 181: 1953, 1957 (1980)
    • 188: 1956 (1981)
    • 192 (1981)

  36. Walt Disney’s Uncle Scrooge, 219: “The Son of the Sun." Prescott, Arizona: Gladstone Publishing, Ltd, July 1987.

  37. Walt Disney’s World of Adventure, G291: “The Mooncussers” & “Doom Island.” Sydney: W. G. Publications Pty. Ltd, 1963.

  38. Walt Disney: Zio Paperone, No. 10. Milano: Mondadori, Agosto 1988.

  39. Dirk of the Legion: 20. London: Young World Productions Ltd., October 1964.

  40. Nation, Terry. Dr. Who and the Daleks. New York: Dell Publishing, 1966.

  41. Eagle: The Top Paper for Boys. London: Longacre Press Ltd.:
    • 'The Lost World,' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Vol. 13, Nos. 10-29 (10 March-21 July, 1962)

  42. Fantastic Four. New York: Marvel Comics:
    • 43: “Klaw the Murderous Master of Sound!” 1965 (July 1973).
    • 136: “The Wild One Cometh!” (July 1973).
    • 150: “Ultron-7: He'll rule the World!” (September 1974).

  43. Fantasy Stories, 6: “Menace of the Deep!” London: John Spencer & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., n.d.

  44. Giant Batman Album. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 22: "Batman and Robin Face Danger Around the World!"
    • 23: "Outlaw Town, U.S.A."
    • 25: "Half an Evil."

  45. Giant Flash Album, 10. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  46. Giant Jimmy Olsen Album. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 7: "His Super Curios."
    • 8: "Amazing Adventures Out of This World."

  47. Giant Lois Lane Album, 8: “The Strange Lives of Lois Lane.” Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  48. Giant Superboy Album. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 7: “Superboy's Red Letter Days.”
    • 8: “The Colossal Super-Dog!”
    • 11: “The Adventures of Superman When He Was a Boy.”

  49. Giant Supergirl Album. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 3: “The Girl with the X-Ray Mind!”
    • 4: “The Boy Who Could See in the Dark.”

  50. Giant Superman Album. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.
    • 18: “Superman's Return to Krypton!”
    • 20: “Special All-Kryptonite Issue!”
    • 23: “The Invulnerable Enemy!”

  51. Gigantic Annual, 13. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  52. Grimm's Ghost Stories. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • 5: "My Brother's Ghost" (August 1972)
    • 10: "Come Dance with Me!" (July 1973)

  53. Boris Karloff: Tales of Mystery. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • 41: "A Study in Terror" (June 1972)
    • "Everywhere there's Lisa-Anne"

  54. Life with Archie, 138: “Trial and Error.” New York: Archie Comic Publications, October 1973.

  55. Space Family Robinson: Lost in Space. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • 17: “River of Fire” (July 1966)
    • 28: “When Suns Collide!” (June 1968)

  56. Mad, 14. Ed. William M. Gaines. London: Thorpe & Porter, n.d.

  57. Mammoth Annual, 13. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  58. Gold Key. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • Darl Shadows: “The Fires of Darkness” (August 1969)
    • Magnus Robot Fighter (4000 AD): “The Pied Piper of North AM” (November 1968)
    • The Microbots: “This is the Way the World Ends” (December 1971)
    • Tom and Jerry (April 1969)
    • Tono and Konp, the Jungle Twins: “The Black Tower of Koor” (November 1972)
    • The Twilight Zone: “Dream of the Devil” (November 1972)
    • UFO Flying Saucers: “Are They Alive?” (1972)

  59. Marvel Comics Group. New York: Marvel Comics:
    • Amazing Adventures, featuring War of the Worlds, 21: “Cry Killraven!” (November 1973)
    • Creatures on the Loose, featuring Thongor Warrior of Lost Lemuria, 24: “Attack of the Lizard-Hawks!” (July 1973)
    • Marvel Double Feature, featuring Captain America and Iron Man: “The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!” (1975)
    • The Defenders, 15: “Panic at the Earth's Core!” (September 1974)
    • The Invincible Iron Man, 71: “And Now it Begins ..!” By Gerry Conway & John & Sal Buscema (November 1974)
    • Rawhide Kid, 116: “The River Boat Raiders!” (October 1973)
    • The Mighty Thor, 217: “All Swords Against Them!” By Gerry Conway & John & Sal Buscema (November 1973)
    • The Tomb of Dracula, 14: “Dracula is Dead!” (November 1973)

  60. Mighty Comic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 92. "Evil Factory."
    • 96: “The Man who Murdered the Earth.”

  61. Nyoka the Jungle Girl. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

  62. Popeye the Sailor: "Jeep-Nappers." 1982. Singapore: Strexe; (S) Pte Ltd., February 1983.

  63. Ripley’s Believe it or Not. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • 33: “True Ghost Stories” (June 1972)
    • 38: “True Ghost Stories” (1972)
    • 42: “True Ghost Stories” (August 1973)

  64. Sad Sack USA, 1: “Sights.” New York: Harvey Comics, November 1972.

  65. Super Adventure Comic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.
    • 25: “The Swinging Superman.”
    • 49: “The Snow-Woman Wept!”
    • 50: “Indian Death Charge.”
    • 51: “I'll Never Fall in Love Again.”
    • 52: “Trapped by the Justice League.”
    • 53: “The Ten Deadly Divisions of the 100.”
    • 57: “Where Strikes Demonfang?”

  66. Super Giant: The Biggest Comic of Them All, 2. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.

  67. Superman Presents: Supergirl Comic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 5: “And Death Shall Have No Dominion.”
    • 12: “Death of a City.”

  68. Superman Presents: Tip Top Comic Monthly. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.
    • 78: “Less than Human.”
    • 85: “Intruder of the Forbidden Crypt.”
    • 88: “Batman and the Flash.”
    • 89: “The Teen Titans.”
    • 90: “Rest in Peace Metamorpho.”
    • 93: “Commune of Outcasts.”
    • 97: “Second Chance for a Deadman.”

  69. Superman Presents: Wonder Comic Monthly. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 78: “The Creature that Devoured Detroit!”
    • 85: “Legacy of Hate!”
    • 104: “Silent Night - Deadly Night!”
    • 114: “Evil in Paradise.”

  70. Superman Presents: World’s Finest Comic Monthly. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 85: “The Sinister Dr. Cyber!”
    • 86: “The Last Battle!”
    • 87: “An Earth Divided.”
    • 91: “The Beauty Hater!”
    • 92: “Vengeance of the Immortal Villain!”
    • 98: “The Million Dollar Deathtrap!”
    • 158: “The Invulnerable Super-Enemy!” (1966)

  71. Superman Supacomic. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty, n.d.
    • “Half a Hero.”
    • 140: “The Punishment of Superman's Son!”
    • 142: “Superman Meets Super-Houdini.”
    • 147: “The Only Way to Kill Superman!”
    • 153: “Planet of the Angels.”
    • 156: “To Save a Superman.”
    • 157: “The Shape of Fear!”
    • 160: “The Electronic Ghost of Metropoli!?”
    • 162: “Must There be a Superman?”
    • 163: “The Ghosts that Haunted Superman!”
    • 164: “The Day Superman Became an Assassin!”
    • 165: “Killer Kent vs. Super Luthor!”
    • 170: “The Kid Who Saved Superman!”
    • 170: “This Hostage Must Die!”
    • 185: “The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!”

  72. Turok, Son of Stone. New York: Gold Key Comics:
    • 56: “Slaves of the Monster Master.” (March 1967)
    • 85: “The Lost Landmark.” (July 1973)
    • Adventure Annual, 2: Turok, Son of Stone: “Outcasts of the Flood.” New York: Western Publishing Co., 1965.

  73. Two-Gun Kid. New York: Marvel Comics:
    • 113: “The Revenge of the Rattler!” (October 1973).
    • 115: “Showdown with Billy the Kid!” (December 1973).

  74. Weird Mystery Tales. Melbourne: Gordon & Gotch / Sydney: Colour Comics Pty.:
    • 6: “Curse of the Black Cat.”
    • 8: “The 1,000 Eyes of Death” (2000)

  75. Where Monsters Dwell. New York: Marvel Comics:
    • 23: “The Monster Waits for Me!” (September 1973).
    • 26: “The Thing Called Metallo!” (January 1974).

  76. World Illustrated: Classics Illustrated. London: Thorpe & Porter:
    • No. 514: "Story of Great Explorers."
    • No. 531: "Story of the Northwest Passage."



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